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Our Mission



A Long Lasting and Meaningful Way to Make a Difference in the Health and Safety of Our Community

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The Cambria Community Healthcare District serves on the front lines of healthcare, providing ambulance service to Cambria, San Simeon and the rural areas of the north coast, and serving the county through its mutual aid system.

The District also provides healthcare education and training, and helps recruit needed healthcare services to the area.

If you would like to make a donation to the Cambria Community Healthcare District now or in the future, we have a Trust which qualifies as a (501)(c)(3) organization. Gifts are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.

Donations can be used only to support vital capital and equipment needs for the District.

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If you would like to learn more about how to make a gift, or would like information on how to allocate a gift in a Trust or Will, please call Mike McDonough, District Administrator, at (805) 927-8304.

*When making an online donation will be automatically redirected to our secure donation form.

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Public Meetings

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Regular Board Meeting

Regular Board Meeting

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map location pin iconThe Old Grammar School Board Room - 1350 Main St, Cambria, CA 93428

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COVID-19 Testing Coming to San Simeon

SLO Food Bank, in partnership with the County of San Luis Obispo Public Health Department, is proud to bring you the COVID-19 vaccine in a convenient mobile clinic. 9490 Avonne Ave San Simeon, CA 93452 Across from Courtesy Inn Tuesday, July 27 4:00 - 7:00 pm *Food distribution will take place from 5:00 - 6:00 pm

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Posted On: 07/22/2021

Notice of Vacancy - Board of Directors 6.15.2021

Notice of Vacancy Board of Directors Notice is hereby posted on June 15, 2021, in accordance with California Health and Safety Code Section 32100 and California Government Code Section 1780, that a vacancy exists for the Office of Board Director of the Cambria Community Healthcare District (the “District”). An eligible elector of the District will be appointed by the Board of Directors... (the “Board”) to the Office of Board Director for a term until they or their successor is elected and qualified at the next regular special district election in November, 2022. An eligible elector of the District is one who is registered to vote in the District and is a resident of the District. The Board is accepting Letters of Interest from eligible electors of the District wanting to be considered for the appointment by the Board to the Office of Director. A Letter of Interest must include the following information: 1. Name of eligible elector as it appears on their voter registration. 2. Address of residence. 3. Phone number. 4. Email address. 5. Reason(s) for interest in serving as a Director. 6. Details of experience, training, education, and/or background that would bring value to the Board. A Letter of Interest may be mailed, emailed, or personally delivered to the District office c/o Michael McDonough, Administrator – Cambria Community Healthcare District at 2511 Main Street, Suite A, Cambria, CA 93428, mmcdonough@cambria-healthcare.org . Letters of Interest must be received in the District Office no later than Wednesday, June 30, 2021 at 5:00 PM to be considered for this vacancy. The District Office is open Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM. The Board will consider Letters of Interest received by the deadline at a Special Board Meeting to be held on July 1, 2021 at 9:00 AM at which time the Board may appoint an eligible elector to the Office of Director. The July 1, 2021 Special Board Meeting will be held online at https:

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Posted On: 06/15/2021

National EMS Week: May 16-22, 2021

Started in 1974, by President Gerald Ford, the National EMS Week honors those people who serve others across this great country. Emergency Medical Services has grown from the days of first aid and rapid transport to a hospital, to an integrated team approach of highly trained professionals, equipped with the latest technology and medicine. They answer the call to duty... and respond to your worst day, in the worst of conditions, risks and other impossible challenges. Day and night, these wonderful rescuers come to the aid of all of us who call 911, regardless of situation or status. Young, old or in-between, it doesn’t matter who calls, they are there to help you through any crisis. Their dedication to serve is paramount in the provision of community service. How may you show your appreciation for their selfless service? A simple smile and wave as they pass by in the ambulance works wonders. Your expression of thanks can make their difficult tasks sustainable. That they will yet again get up in the middle of the night, to hold the hand of an aging senior, calm the fears of an injured child or simply show kindness to you or your family while rendering medical care during transport to the hospital. We, the people of your local EMS providers, thank you for the privilege and honor of serving such a wonderful and supportive community. There is no greater joy than what is found when helping others.

Posted On: 05/18/2021

New COVID Vaccination Information - 2/15/2021

The SLO County PHD has begun public COVID-19 vaccinations for persons aged 65+. There are two locations, one in Paso Robles and one in San Luis Obispo. Reservations and documents are required to show proof of age and residency in San Luis Obispo County. A vaccination screening form is required. The form is available online at the... link below. If... you are not able to print the form, copies are available just outside of the CCHD office door at 2511 Main St, Ste A, in Cambria.

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Posted On: 02/16/2021

CCHD Paramedics and EMTs Step Up Coverage During Storm

During last week’s epic storm, the Cambria Community Healthcare District responded to a total of 17 incidents with six types of transports. Five of the 17 calls, were into San Luis Ambulance response areas outside our District. At several different times on Thursday the 28th, all but two of the 18 ambulances staffed in San Luis Obispo County from the... hours of 8 AM and 8 PM were assigned to some type of emergency. On Thursday, the CCHD was requested to send one of its units to Arroyo Grande to assist with coverage before being rerouted for a 911 call in the Morro Bay area. During this time, the other District ambulance was also running calls in the Morro Bay area. Per SLO County emergency management protocols, San Luis Ambulance moved an ambulance to the summit of SR 46 for coverage in the Cambria area. The District up staffed Medic 12 from a 12-hour unit to a 24-hour unit to join Medic 11 (a 24-hour ambulance) for the first two days of the storm. During this time, both units responded to a variety of calls from medical aid, to standing by while Cambria Fire and Cal Fire dealt with downed power lines including one across a home that led to a small fire, to standing by for a water rescue of a person who was stuck on top of his car after driving into a flooded area. In addition to a big shout out to our crews who worked tirelessly, District management and the Board of Directors gives a special thank you to the Creekside Inn for working with CCHD to provide sleeping arrangements for the extra crew members who were on duty.

Posted On: 02/13/2021

Strategic Plan Communication 2020-2023

Please click on the link to view the overview of the CCHD Strategic Plan 2020-2023.

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Posted On: 01/20/2021

Primary Care Services RFP

Please click link below for the Primary Care Services RFP.

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Posted On: 01/20/2021

Health District Reports Community-Wide Survey Results

The Cambria Community Healthcare District (CCHD) conducted a community-wide Healthcare Needs survey in July to better understand the primary care needs of Cambria, San Simeon, and the surrounding rural areas. The response was excellent, with 23% of all households (975 residences) responding by mail or online on the District’s website. Please click on the link below for complete survey results.

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Posted On: 09/08/2020

Subscribe to COVID-19 Updates. (English and Spanish versions)

Do you want the latest COVID-19 updates directly from the County to your inbox? Sign up to get emailed updates no more than 3 times per week.

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Posted On: 04/20/2020

NCEP Stay-at-Home Program

Free service for Cambria and San Simeon residents, receive regular phone inquiring about your welfare.

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Posted On: 04/16/2020

SLO County Alerts

San Luis Obispo County Emergency Information

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Posted On: 03/18/2020